Best Practices for Woodlands: Sustainable Trails for Your Property

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Best Practices for Woodlands: Sustainable Trails for Your Property

Enhance the enjoyment of your property and improve forest health with sustainable trails.

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This webinar is designed for rural landowners in the Credit River Watershed. Content may not be relevant to those outside the watershed. Check if you live in the watershed using our property look-up map.

A poorly designed trail can destroy natural habitat and introduce threats to the health of your woodland. Join Credit Valley Conservation and Bill Goulding, Senior Project Manager at Sustainable Trails Ltd., to learn why it's important to design a natural trail system in your woodland that will enhance your enjoyment and improve monitoring for forest health.

About Bill Goulding and Sustainable Trails

Bill Goulding and his firm, Sustainable Trails, has been planning, designing, constructing and maintaining recreational trails since 2005 for Ontario clients like Blue Mountain Resort, Kawartha Conservation, Central Lake Ontario Conservation Authority, Toronto and Region Conservation Authority, Toronto Parks , Township of King and private landowners. Bill's goal to create infrastructure that minimizes the impact on the environment and immerses the user in the natural environment.